The Kenyan Passivity: An Ode to The Sameness of The Summer of 69

Kenya has remained the same for the last 50 years. Here’s why

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It’s been a while since my last post. The one about Fish, Firewood & The Almighty Bullet. Believe me when I say it hasn’t been because of lack of ideas for content. Infact, the converse could not be more true. Barely can one collect oneself to react to an issue or situation before another completely knocks it out of contention for the World’s Dumbest trophy. And so on and so forth. Ad nauseum. Well, some things have pretty much remained the same. Actually, Kenya’s biggest issue, remains, unsurprisingly, sameness. Pun intended. 

If you could stretch your imagination 50 years ago, when all our forefathers (for lack of a better generational terminology or nomenclature, let’s just say Ohuru’s Dad, Agwambo’s Dad and Baba Jimmy’s lot) wanted to do was obliterate Poverty, Ignorance and Disease, other than social media (especially Twirra), the EPL, terrorism, LGBT rights, MPesa and the much vaunted Thika…

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